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Gardens or Flower Bouquets: How to Recognize Toxic Plants for Cats and Dogs

Gardens or Flower Bouquets: How to Recognize Toxic Plants for Cats and Dogs

Whether you receive a bouquet of flowers as a gift, you have plants at home, or are gardening, if you have a cat or a dog (or even both!), you need to know which plants are dangerous and which ones...
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How to Choose a Good Breeder

How to Choose a Good Breeder

You've been thinking about it for some time and you finally decide to take the plunge, but how can you be sure you're making the right choice? Every day, advertisements of puppies and kittens for sale appear on numerous websites....
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Xylitol – A Threat to Buddy Over the Holidays!

Xylitol – A Threat to Buddy Over the Holidays!

The holidays provides pets with several opportunities to steal some food left unattended in the home. Vigilance is key! Xylitol is a natural sweetener extracted from birch bark. It is used in the manufacturing of numerous food products and other...
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A Trendy New Cat…

A Trendy New Cat…

He jumps around with agility. He is litter trained. He is playful, friendly and gentle. He may be an Angora or Rex breed, for example. He rubs his face on surfaces to deposit his scent. I am, of course, talking...
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Once and for all, stop telling yourself that your pet’s bad breath is normal!
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Once and for all, stop telling yourself that your pet’s bad breath is normal!

Do you remember the last time you looked at your pet’s mouth? Very few pet owners can answer yes without fumbling for words. It is unfortunately — and wrongly — the body part least liked by pet owners and even...
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What is the purpose of having your pet’s geriatric profile done?
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What is the purpose of having your pet’s geriatric profile done?

Pets today are living longer and longer, thanks to caring owners who understand the importance of regular medical follow-ups with their veterinarian. Did you know that it is strongly recommended to have your pet's geriatric profile completed as he ages?...
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CHOCOLATE ALERT!

CHOCOLATE ALERT!

Humans aren’t the only ones who like chocolate. Our pets are chocolate lovers too and, given the opportunity, they can consume a surprising amount of this sweet treat. Unfortunately, chocolate ingestion is the most common cause of pet poisoning, especially...
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Are you repulsed by your pet’s bad breath?
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Are you repulsed by your pet’s bad breath?

Bad breath is often a sign of mouth problems. Food is not the only factor contributing to your pet's health, its dental hygiene also plays a very important role. To avoid tartar build-up on your cat’s or dog’s teeth, you...
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